|Skin conditions - Wellcome Library|
This is a sales film highlighting the many uses of Elastoplast in medicine. The film indicates that there was an accompanying publication. There are six titles in the series. This is the fourth. Various skin ailments are shown, and treatment is described and demonstrated. Before and after treatment shots are shown. The treatment of impetigo, bed sores, boils and warts is discussed. 1 segment.
Keywords: Skin; Skin Diseases; Dermatology; Medical sciences; Skin; Skin Diseases; Dermatology; Doctors
|Effective burn treatment - Wellcome Library|
Shows the treatment on a male pilot who sustained burns in a plane crash. Operative procedure on third degree burns: application of Terramycin to prevent infection during skin grafting on arms and legs. The process of the treatment is followed. 2 segments.
Keywords: Surgery, Plastic; Burns; Skin Transplantation; Medical sciences; Surgery, Plastic; Burns; Skin Transplantation; Junior doctors
|Physiology of the skin - Wellcome Library|
Using stylised diagrams throughout, some of them animated, the physiology of the skin is described in an elementary way. Various integuments epidermis growth replacement. Dermis structure. Nails. Touch cells. Sweat glands. Hair follicle. Care of skin. How a blister forms. 3 segments.
Keywords: Dermatology; Skin; Hair Follicle; Sweat Glands; Epidermis; Touch; Nails; Blister; Medical sciences; Dermatology; Skin; Hair Follicle; Sweat Glands; Epidermis; Touch; Nails; Blister; Doctors
|Modern sheep dipping - Wellcome Library|
A study of the roles of dipping, showering and spraying in the control of sheep skin and fleece parasites, including maggot fly, sheep ked, sheep lice, ticks and mites. 2 segments.
Keywords: Sheep Diseases -- prevention & control; Skin -- in animals; Pest Control; Parasites; Animals; Pest control; Parasitology; Sheep Diseases -- prevention & control; Skin -- in animals; Pest Control; Parasites; Veterinary medicine
|Treatment of chronic ulcers of the leg - Wellcome Library|
A film showing the treatment of ulceration of leg veins by injection with sodium morrhuate and by skin grafting methods. The first part shows the injection of ulcerated leg veins with sodium morrhuate. Problems with using excessive dosage are shown with examples of necrosis. Injection into an exposed vein under anaesthetic is shown. The second part shows skin grafts being cut with stencil under local anaesthesia and the graft being inserted beneath the granulations of the ulcer...
Keywords: Dermatology; Surgery, Plastic; Leg; Ulcer -- therapy; Skin Transplantation; Varicose Veins; Medical sciences; Surgery; Dermatology; Surgery, Plastic; Leg; Ulcer -- therapy; Skin Transplantation; Varicose Veins; Surgeons